IHC moved against SC Em­ploy­ees Co­op­er­a­tive Hous­ing So­ci­ety

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

ZUBAIR QURESHI IS­LAM­ABAD—A pe­ti­tion has been filed in the Is­lam­abad High Court (IHC) against the Supreme Court Em­ploy­ees Co­op­er­a­tive Hous­ing So­ci­ety (SCECHS).

A phys­i­cally-chal­lenged lawyer and mem­ber of the Is­lam­abad District Bar has Muham­mad Ali sub­mit­ted be­fore the sin­gle bench of the IHC com­pris­ing Jus­tice Amer Fa­rooq that he got mem­ber­ship of the SCECHS in 2003 but even af­ter the pas­sage of 13 years he has not been granted pos­ses­sion of the plot.

The pe­ti­tioner sub­mit­ted be­fore the court that he had spent all his sav­ings for the sake of his plot but un­for­tu­nately the so­ci­ety has not ini­ti­ated devel­op­ment/con­struc­tion of plots. Nom­i­nat­ing the Pres­i­dent of the so­ci­ety Ghu­lam Ghaus, Cir­cle Regis­trar of the so­ci­ety, Regis­trar of the Supreme Court and other de­part­ments as re­spon­dents, the pe­ti­tioner sub­mit­ted that in 2008 the man­age­ment of the so­ci­ety called a meet­ing of the mem­bers of the gen­eral body but in that meet­ing too only a few per­sons who are blue eyed boys of the man­age­ment were called.

Jus­tice Amer Fa­rooq af­ter hear­ing the ar­gu­ments di­rected the pe­ti­tioner to ap­proach the Supreme Court in this re­gard since the apex court is al­ready hear­ing the mem­bers of the SC em­ploy­ees hous­ing so­ci­ety.

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